I sent in a service ticket to Magix on this topic as well, but it's been several days and I haven't heard anything from them. I was hoping the community might be able to help me on this one.
Recently I updated to Movie Studio Platinum 14 from Movie Studio Platinum 11. 11 has served me well for years, but if you're editing 1080p60 video, that video proxy feature is a godsend. When I received a message from Magix offering a discounted upgrade to the new release, I took it.
So far, it's exactly what I wanted... except for one critical feature that renders the entire program a digital paperweight.
Since Version 3 of Vega Movie Studio, a resample feature was introduced to fill in dropped or missing frames when an event's framerate does not match the timeline. This is called the "smart resample" feature. Only problem is that the resample feature makes the output video look terrible, and basically blends adjoining frames together to fill in dropped or missing frames. If you're editing gameplay footage, which is subject to frequent frame drops, it makes the resulting render look blurry and desharpened.
Movie Studio Platinum 11, 12, and 13 (and most likely down to Version 3, to my knowledge) allowed you to manually disable this feature by manually selecting the video events on the timeline, right clicking, going to switches, and selecting "disable resample." This makes gameplay footage in Vegas look significantly better upon output.
The problem is, this feature seems to be missing from Movie Studio Version 14.0 altogether, at least as of writing. I checked in the help system, but it says that the feature should be in the exact same place it was in previous versions. Did Magix remove this basic, critical feature from Vegas, or am I simply looking for it in the wrong place?